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catch you on the next "rii'm charles molineaux. this is your first look at what's happening right now in the midlands. we're dealing with cold and wind across the midlands as we take a live look over the capital city through the wis skycam. meteorologist ben tanner is in the first alert weather center with more on how long these cold temperatures will stick around. sunny and cold over the next several days as polar air has taken over much of the southeast. sunny, windy and cold today with highs in the middle to upper 40s. the wind will be from the w/nw 15-20 with some gust up to this means much of the day with the wind chill will feel like the lower 30s, it will be a raw day. clear, breezy tonight, lows in the upper 20s wednesday friday: sunny and cold. highs in the middle to upper 40s.
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middle 20s. sunny and cold over the next several days as polar air has taken over much of the southeast. sunny, windy and cold today with highs in the middle to upper 40s. the wind will be from the w/nw 15-20 with some gust up to 30mph. this means much of the day with the wind chill will feel like the lower 30s, it will be a raw day. clear, breezy tonight, lows in the upper 20s wednesday friday: sunny and cold. highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the lower to middle 20s. today's the day- voters are turning out in new out in new hampshire for the first in the nation primary- voters across the granite state including in manchester. that's where we find our will whitson- live at new
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watch party in nashua. they're getting set up here to watch the returns once polls close at 7- and each candidate is hoping for big support from voters, and if turnout is any indication, there could be room for a few surprises tonight. i went to several voting wards around the nashua area, and each one had a steady stream of voters coming in, and there was no indication that it was going to slow down any time soon. i spoke with a couple of poll workers who said when they opened the polls up early in the morning, there were lines out the door. and keep in mind, a lot of these voters are in fact undeclared, some even undecided before they get to the polls- so there is a lot of room for results to change on either the democratic
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ticket. "i like, i was torn between democrats and republicans. i like bernie sanders as well. i think they both had the some of the same ideas, but went about it a different way." and candidates are hoping for a lot of votes like wayne's, that could change at any point. in the last day, the polls show a fight for second place, with marco rubio just half a percentage point behind john kasich. live in nashua, ww wis news 10 looking at the nationwide numbers: a newly released poll shows donald trump still has a commanding lead among the republicans. according to the new n- b-c news, survey monkey weekly tracking poll... trump leads the pack with support from 35 percent of republican voters who were polled. that's a full 15 points over second place ted cruz, who's coming in at 20 percent. third place marco rubio has increased his support to 17 percent, up 5 percentage
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when it comes to the democratic nomination, hillary clinton still holds a double-digit national lead after a close contest in iowa last week. 51 percent of democratic voters polled saying they'd support clinton. that is a 12 point lead on bernie sanders, who comes in at 39 percent. after new hampshire -- it's on to south carolina. the republican primary is saturday, february 20th. the democratic primary is the following saturday, february 27th. a legendary name among evangelists is urging voters to get out and vote with god. franklin graham, son of evangelist billy graham, held a prayer rally at the state house today. jack kuenzie joins us from downtown columbia. dawndy, the son of the legendary reverend billy graham is on a 50 state tour----and columbia marked the fifth stop on that tour.
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america tour is part revival, partly a get-out- the-vote rally. graham says he's trying to make sure christians do not sit on the sidelines during this presidential election cycle. he says he wants them to vote for candidates who support biblical principles because he says the nation has allowed a "moral wall" to fall down. but--graham is not endorsing any particular candidate or party. in december, graham publicly declared his displeasure with the republican party and resigned after members allowed a budget to pass that provided funding for planned parenthood. he told us today he has "zero hope" in either of the major political parties. the only hope is for god and for his people to take a stand in this election and to get out and vote. before you vote. pray that god would lead you to make the right vote. q do you consider yourself independent now? independent, yes sir.
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about the tone of the campaign so far, especially some of the personal attacks going back and forth between the candidates and the sometimes coarse comments coming from them. he says he does not agree with any of that and says it is bad for the national political process. live at the state house jack kuenzie wis news ten. this thursday, 'pbs newshour' will host a debate for democratic presidential candidates. it'll be held at the university of wisconsin- milwaukee. it will broadcast nationwide on pbs stations at 9 pm. you can find much more on the primaries in new hampshire and all the campaign visits in south carolina in the coming days on our website. just look for the decision 2016 box on the homepage of wistv-dot- com. authorities are continuing the search for a suspect accused of shooting and critically wounding a man in richland county. the incident happened at jade tree road and auburn leaf drive on february richland county sheriff's deputies say the victim in the shooting was a passenger in
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when shots were fired at the car auburn leaf drive. he was shot in the upper body and remains in critical condition at palmetto health richland. officials are looking for a silver or pewter 2006- 2007 chevy pickup seen in the area in connection to the attempted murder, as well as the suspect. richland county sheriff leon lott is requesting the community's assistance in locating a suspect wanted for attempted murder. if you have any information, crime-sc. in one more chapter of his ethics scandal, former south carolina house speaker bobby harrell "will" have to pay up. today, the house ethics committee voted that harrell must pay back nearly 113 thousand 500 dollars, and pay it within six months. that was campaign money harrell used to pay his lawyers as he was under a investigation. the committee ruled that was improper use of the money. it also hit harrel with a thousand dolalr fine and reprimanded him. harrell pleaded guilty to ethics
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still ahead in the news at four: it's time to let the good times how to party. lets take a look at out the roads for your first alert traffic report. it starts on... the first job of a president is to protect america. our next president must be prepared to lead. i know jeb. i know his good heart and his strong backbone. jeb will unite our country. he knows how to bring the world together against terror. he knows when tough measures must be taken. experience and judgment count in the oval office. jeb bush is a leader. he'll keep our country safe. jeb bush.
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tonight there's a party for a purpose for the aids benefit foundation of south carolina and its all to build momentum for their biggest annual fundraiser. every june the foundation hosts the event "dining with friends." the dinner event starts at homes all across the midlands and culminates at the koger center with a dessert finale and a silent auction. a-b-f says south carolina currently ranks sixth in the nation for new hiv infections every year. this year's dining with friends event will be held on june 11th. if you'd like to learn more tonight's party is free. it starts at 6pm at 701 whaley
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a lexington middle school teacher this morning received an award given to only one teacher in the entire u.s. it's called the "oscar of teaching" award. kimberly freeman, a latin teacher at lexington middle, was presented the milken educator award and a 25-thousand dollar check at a surprise schoolwide assembly. the prestigious award recognizes the exceptional work of this educator as a model for the state and nation. freeman says she was very humbled to receive this award and believes teaching is the way to reach tomorrow. "i think it's just super honoring to think i get to "i think it's just super honoring to think i get to wake up and do that every day. if something like this affords me a bigger audience to say you want to be a teacher, you want to be on the front lines here in education with me then i'm thankful for that." freeman will use some of the money to put back into
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thousands of people have taken to the streets of new orleans to celebrate the last day of the mardi gras season. it's fat tuesday. a final day of overindulgence before ash wednesday and the beginning of the period of lent for catholics around the world. sarah dallof has the story from the center of it all in the french quarter. :12 - :16 :20 - :24 1:11 - 1:14 on bourbon street this fat tuesday.everybody is somebody else.. be it king arthur a gorilla.. even mr peanut. "that's what mardi gras is all about. people having fun, dressing up and going out and having a good time." an eclectic group from all over the country.. and world. "this is very civilized because in canada you may not buy beer in a grocery store." many celebrating time honored traditions.. while mixing in a few of their own. this group orders the most unique beads they can find every year, and tosses them to the crowd. for a price.
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they'll lick bourbon street. yeah, i don't get that one either." people climbed atop ladders and shoulders to get a good view at the many parades. the krewe of zulu dazzled with costumes and performances. not only are the celebrations being called "unprecedented" this year.so is the security. the surveillance so widespread, the f-b-i says visitors should assume they're being filmed wherever they go.as 11-hundred new orleans police officers patrol the streets. "we want you to have a good time, but we will not tolerate violence." all part of an effort to ensure the party stays peaceful and doesn't stop. until the stroke of midnight. and at midnight.the police will shut down bourbon street and usher everyone out. and tomorrow morning, the planning for mardi gras 2017 begins.
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sunny and cold over the next several days as polar air has taken over much of the southeast. sunny, windy and cold today with highs in the middle to upper 40s. the wind will be from the w/nw
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gust up tair has taken over much of the southeast. sunny, windy and cold today with highs in the middle to upper 40s. the wind will be from the w/nw 15-20 with some gust up to 30mph. this means much of the day with the wind chill will feel like the lower 30s, it will be a raw day. clear, breezy tonight, lows in the upper 20s wednesday friday: sunny and cold. highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the lower to middle 20s. sunny and cold over the next several days as polar air has taken over much of the southeast. sunny, windy and cold today with highs in the middle to upper 40s.
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15-20 with some gust up to 30mph. this means much of the day with the wind chill will feel like the lower 30s, it will be a raw day. clear, breezy tonight, lows in the upper 20s wednesday friday: sunny and cold. highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the lower to middle 20s. sunny, windy and cold today with highs in the middle to upper 40s. the wind will be from the w/nw 15-20 with some gust up to 30mph. this means much of the day with the wind chill will feel like the lower 30s, it will be a raw day. clear, breezy tonight, lows in
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wednesday friday: sunny and cold. highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the lower to middle 20s. sunny and cold over the next several days as polar air has taken over much of the southeast. sunny, windy and cold today with highs in the middle to upper 40s. the wind will be from the w/nw 15-20 with some gust up to 30mph. children's hospital build a playground accessible to all
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allie spillyards is at the 15th radiothon. going? spirits are high here as everyone hopes to raise at least $185,000 over the next couple of days to buy state of the art playground equipment. this project all got its start when it recently won a $30,000 grant for equipment things like iv poles and check out this video that helped children's bring home the prize. and you could see written on those brainstorm boards. this is something a lot of people wanted -- a playground to accomodate patients.
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in a wheelchair, hooked to an iv, dealing with sensory issues... or other disabilities that would normally prevent them from enjoying an outdoor play space... this one aims to include them. i'm joined now by daine with children's miracle network. what about this hospital's request was deserving of a grant? if you'd like to know more about the playground and get a sneak peek at what it'll look like, tune back in at 5. i'll be back here, still tracking donations. remember.... we need at least $185,000 to get the equipment and the total project will require much more. you can donate now by calling 804-434-3000. live in columbia, allie
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state of the art playground equipment. this project all got its start when it recently won a $30,000 grant for equipment that includes things like iv poles and wheelchair access. check out this video that helped children's bring home the prize. and you could see written on
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threw an alligator through an open wendy's drive- thru window. police say it happened in october, but the man was only recently taken into custody. they say 23-year-old joshua james pulled up to the drive-thru for his order and after a server handed over a drink and turned around james reached into the back of his truck and tossed the 3-and-a- half foot gator through the window. his parents say the incident was a harmless prank, that has been blown out of proportion. "mother: he's not a bad kid. he's a stupid kid. he did a stupid prank. he had no problem turning himself in. reporter: and you're saying he is not a violent person.
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officials say james admitted to picking up the gator on the side of a nearby road and bringing it to the fast food restaurant. the alligator was later released in a nearby canal. let's get an update on your weather with ben. sunny and cold over the next several days as polar air has taken over much of the
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sunny, windy and cold today with highs in the middle to upper 40s. the wind will be from the w/nw
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